Dubai is practically synonymous with shopping. Huge quantities of cargo passing through its port and ensure low tariffs, virtually anything is available at very competitive rates, although the appreciation dirhams (official currency), and abundant supply
of stocks is that Dubai is not a place to bargain with a basement-type trade. You will also find products in Western chains, still with original tags with prices in euros or pound sterling and with discounts of 20-30%. The best products to buy in Dubai are
textiles, electronic goods and gold. The price of electronics is considered to be much cheaper over time. Shops are open as early as September and remain open until 22 pm and at weekends until 12 and some even up to 1 am.
Jumeirah Mosque - one of the most beautiful and largest mosque, is a real attraction of Dubai city and a spectacular model of Islamic architecture
Emirates Towers - two impressive towers, each 350 m by 305 m and the other, are symbols of prosperity City
Wild Wadi Water Park - located near Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Wild Wadi covers an area of 18 hectares, is one of the most spectacular aquatic parks
Burj Al Arab - the most expensive and tallest hotel in the world (321 meters), only seven star hotel in the world, bigger than the Eiffel Tower and only 60 meters lower than the Empire State Building
Dubai Museum - Al Fahidi Fort houses in an impressive building, the Dubai Museum. Built around 1799, he served variously as palace, garrison and palace. It was renovated in 1970 for use as a museum. Galleries was completed in 1995.
Dubai Zoo - the oldest zoo is not only the UAE but also in Arabian Peninsula
Dubai World Trade Centre - rose to 39 floors and houses the headquarters of major corporations in Dubai, equipped with modern conference and exhibition halls, the building has an active program throughout the year as an attraction for tourists from all over